Last week the German game magazine PC Games reported about the Speedruns Archive and listed the ten fastest speedruns. 3rd fastest speedrun of all games is the following MOO2 advanced game versus 1 AI. Just 39 seconds:
Wow...that was actually kinda fun to watch. Moved fast enough that I had a bit of difficulty following it.-Gusset
I have to wonder...what's the point of speed-running a turn-based game? Shouldn't a speed run be measured in turns rather than realtime?
Leider gibt es hier kein Kontaktformular, daher auf diesem Wege. Es gibt jetzt für die deutsche Win95 1.31V einen angepassten Mauspatch. Für Singleplayer ganz interessant. Weitere Informationen: http://lordturin.de/download_verschiedenes
The point of speed running games is all ego. Its a sport almost, where people spend countless hours figuring out the fastest possible way to complete a game so they can 'one-up' the worldwide gaming community.But anyway, awesome vid. The author posted some cool comments over at the SDA page under his submission. I LOL'd at his statement: Thanks to my wife for putting up with all the hours spent on 'that game.'
I had no idea that my vid was linked to this site. I only found out because of you tube's new view indexer.
I could beat this guy, firstname.lastname@example.org
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